Riot Games has published a cinematic trailer for League of Legends: Wild Rift and a gameplay video for a mobile MOBA. In some countries, an open beta test has already begun, in Russia the game will become available in December.
The trailer features a cover of The Kinks’ You Really Got Me.
Wild Rift was designed from the ground up to bring the spirit of League of Legends’ immersive team battles to mobile devices and later consoles. This is a MOBA with a new convenient control scheme, updated game systems and animations.
Like the PC version of LoL, Wild Rift is completely free to play: all champions can be unlocked as you progress, without having to spend money on energy or game time.
Despite the name, Wild Rift is not a port of the PC version of League of Legends for mobile devices and consoles. The developers insist that this is a new game created from the ground up especially for those on the move.
The Summoner’s Rift map has been redesigned specifically for Wild Rift. This was done in order to speed up the matches, and not drag them out to 30-40 minutes – now it will take about 15 to win or lose.
At the start of League of Legends: Wild Rift, 36 champions will be available. Over time, there will be more of them. The game will be completely free with the ability to spend real money, just like in LoL on PC. In addition to casual matches, it will be possible to earn ranks by getting unique loot.
What changes await League of Legends on consoles and mobile devices:
- Riot Games fully adapts the interface for touch screens
- Some mechanics have simplified
- Item stats have also been redesigned for faster gameplay
- Changes to some Champion abilities
- The developers promise to do without annoying ads, as in many mobile games
The beta test will last at least until next spring, when the game gets to the regions of North and Latin America. The full release of the mobile League of Legends is likely to take place closer to the summer of 2021.
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